HIPAA Compliance Certification – Certified HIPAA Privacy Security Expert (CHPSE)

Online Anytime HIPAA Compliance Training (Level 1 & 2)


HIPAA sets the standards for protecting sensitive patient data and outlines the necessary safeguards that covered entities and their business associates must implement. Failure to comply with HIPAA regulations can result in severe penalties, reputation damage, and, most importantly, compromised patient trust. To ensure that your organization remains HIPAA-compliant and maintains a robust privacy and security posture, effective training is indispensable. This HIPAA Compliance Certification training should equip you to take the HIPAA certification test necessary for Certified HIPAA Privacy Security Expert.

HIPAA Compliance Certification Target Audience:

  • HIPAA Compliance Officer of covered entity & business associate
  • HIPAA Privacy Officer
  • HIPAA Security Officer
  • Managers
  • Healthcare Consultant
  • IT Auditors
  • Core Compliance Team members of covered entity & business associate
  • Lawyers involved in healthcare
  • Business Analyst for Software
  • Software Architect
  • Software development Project Manager
  • Healthcare quality assurance and risk managers

What are the benefits of the HIPAA Compliance Certification CHPSE training program?

The HIPAA Compliance Certification Certified HIPAA Privacy Security Expert (CHPSE) training program offers numerous benefits for healthcare professionals and organizations. Some of the key advantages include:

  1. Comprehensive Knowledge: The CHPSE training program provides in-depth knowledge of HIPAA regulations, privacy laws, and security measures. Participants gain a thorough understanding of the requirements and best practices for protecting sensitive patient data.
  2. Enhanced Compliance: By completing the CHPSE training, healthcare organizations can ensure compliance with HIPAA regulations. This reduces the risk of penalties, reputational damage, and legal issues that may arise from non-compliance.
  3. Data Security: The training equips participants with the skills and strategies necessary to implement robust data security measures. By understanding security vulnerabilities and implementing appropriate safeguards, organizations can protect patient data from unauthorized access, breaches, and cyber threats.
  4. Privacy Protection: The CHPSE training program focuses on safeguarding patient privacy. Participants learn how to handle and disclose patient information in a manner that respects privacy rights, ensuring compliance with HIPAA’s privacy provisions.
  5. Risk Mitigation: With the knowledge gained from CHPSE training, healthcare professionals and organizations can identify potential risks and vulnerabilities within their systems. This enables proactive risk management and the implementation of preventive measures to minimize the likelihood of data breaches and security incidents.
  6. Industry Recognition: Achieving CHPSE certification demonstrates a commitment to maintaining high standards of privacy and security in healthcare. It enhances professional credibility and distinguishes individuals and organizations as leaders in HIPAA compliance.
  7. Improved Patient Trust: By demonstrating a dedication to HIPAA compliance and data security, healthcare organizations can foster trust among patients. Patients feel more confident in sharing their sensitive information with organizations that prioritize privacy and security.
  8. Competitive Advantage: CHPSE certification sets healthcare organizations apart from their competitors. It can be a differentiating factor when attracting patients, partners, and clients who prioritize data security and compliance.

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Total Course Duration: 25 hours
Audio: Yes
Number of Total Slides: 1079 slides
Total Chapters: 27

Course valid for: 6 months from receiving the login details. You will not have access to online content after you complete the course.

Certificate valid for: 3 Years
Type of License: One user license cannot be transferred after login is assigned.

Continuing Education Requirements After Getting Certified:
Once a year all students will have to go through one hour of update course which will include relevant regulation changes and other OCR/HHS activities on compliance and enforcement.

To maintain your certification, you will continue taking updated courses when they are released. You will receive a new certificate when your certificate will expire if you have taken all required update courses. You will NOT be required to take any test if you have taken the updated courses regularly.

Certificate for Continuing Education Credits:

Students can buy a CE credits certificate for this course at the time of registration. You will receive 25 CE credits for this course through the Approved Provider of California Board of Registered Nursing after completing the course.

Free Online HIPAA Training Demo
Cost of online training and CHPSE certification test: $1299 (Additional Options to buy: $300 printed manual, $19.99 full-color 56 pages overview manual, $99 CHPSE practice test, $250 two hours of Instructor support, $180 unlimited CHPSE exam attempt)


Free Online HIPAA Training Demo
CHPSE Certification Test Only: $180 per attempt


HIPAA Compliance Certification CHPSE Test:

You are only tested once upon completion of the training. You should have attained a 70% pass mark on the 78-question test for you to receive the HIPAA compliance certification of the Certified HIPAA Privacy Security Expert.

This test should only take 2 hours 10 minutes whereby in the event you pass the test you can print the certification immediately but if you do fail you will have to pay $180 for a retake.

Test Format: Multiple Choice Questions.

HIPAA Compliance Certification CHPSE Course Learning Objectives:

Chapter 1 – Introduction to HIPAA

  • Topic A: Introduction to HIPAA
  • Topic B: Administrative Simplification
  • Topic C: Violation Penalties
  • Topic D: Advisory & Regulatory Organizations
  • Topic E: Definitions & Terminology

Chapter 2 – Transactions & Code Sets Overview

  • Topic A: Transactions & code sets overview

Chapter 3 – Advanced Transactions and Code Sets

  • Topic A: ANSI ASC X12 & NCPCP standards

Chapter 4 – Code Sets & National Identifiers

  • Topic A: Code Sets
  • Topic B: National Health Care Identifiers

Chapter 5 – Privacy & Security Basics

  • Topic A: HIPAA & Health Data Exchange
  • Topic B: Planning for Privacy Compliance
  • Topic C: Planning for Security Compliance
  • Topic D: Example Compliance Framework

Chapter 6 – Privacy Rule Basics

  • Topic A: Privacy Rule Introduction

Chapter 7 – Organizational & Individual Responsibilities

  • Topic A: Organizational Requirements & Relationships
  • Topic B: Individual Privacy Rights

Chapter 8 – Notice of Privacy Practices

  • Topic A: Notice of Privacy Practices & Authorizations

Chapter 9 – Privacy Uses and disclosures

  • Topic A: Uses and Disclosures: General
  • Topic B: Uses and Disclosures: Treatment, Payment, and Health Care Operations (TPO)
  • Topic C: Uses and Disclosures: Public Purposes

Chapter 10 – Privacy Safeguards

  • Topic A: Safeguards

Chapter 11 – Overview of the Security Rule

  • Topic A: Security Rule Scope Overview
  • Topic B: Threats to Business Information
  • Topic C: Security Terminology & Categories
  • Topic D: Administrative Safeguards
  • Topic E: Physical Safeguards
  • Topic F: Technical Safeguards
  • Topic G: Organizational Requirements
  • Topic H: Policies, Procedures, & Documentation Standards

Chapter 12 –Security Rule – Threats and Technology Options

  • Topic A: Security Threats
  • Topic B: Security Technology Options

Chapter 13 – Advanced Administrative Safeguards

  • Topic A: Security Awareness and Training
  • Topic B: Security Incident Procedures
  • Topic C: Contingency Plans
  • Topic D: Evaluation
  • Topic E: Business Associate Agreements and Other Written Arrangements

Chapter 14 – Security Physical Safeguards

  • Topic A: Security Rule Physical Safeguards

Chapter 15 – Advanced Physical Safeguards

  • Topic A: Requirements
  • Topic B: Facility Access Controls
  • Topic C: Workstation Use and Security
  • Topic D: Specific Steps – Physical Security Implementation

Chapter 16 – Data & Media Management

  • Topic A: Device and Media Controls

Chapter 17 – General Technical Safeguards

  • Topic A: Requirements
  • Topic B: Access Control
  • Topic C: Audit Controls
  • Topic D: Integrity
  • Topic E: Person or Entity Authentication
  • Topic F: Transmission Security

Chapter 18 –Advanced Technical Safeguards

  • Topic A: Transmission security
  • Topic B: TCP/IP network infrastructure
  • Topic C: Firewall systems
  • Topic D: Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)
  • Topic E: Wireless transmission security
  • Topic F: Encryption
  • Topic H: Case study: General Security Recommendations

Chapter 19 – Digital Signatures and Certs

  • Topic A: Requirements
  • Topic B: Digital signatures
  • Topic C: Digital certificates
  • Topic D: Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)

Chapter 20 – Security Policy and Standards

  • Topic A: Threats, risk management, and policy
  • Topic B: ISO/IEC-27002 security standards
  • Topic C: Security policy considerations
  • Topic D: Sample security policy documents

Chapter 21 – HITECH Act and Red Flag Rule

  • Topic A: The HITECH Act
  • Topic B: The Red Flags Rule

Chapter 22 – The Omnibus Rule

  • Background
  • Breach Notification Rule
  • New Limits on Uses and Disclosures of PHI
  • Business Associates
  • Increased Patient Rights
  • Notice of Privacy Practices
  • Increased Enforcement
  • Program Updating

Chapter 23 – Healthcare and Cloud Computing

  • Cloud Computing: What it is, Why It Matters and How it is Used
  • Key Drivers and Characteristics
  • Examination of the Benefits, Threats and Risks of Using Cloud Computing
  • Examining the HIPAA Regulatory Issues Associated with Using Cloud Computing
  • DHHS Guidance on Cloud Computing – Questions and Answers

Chapter 24 – HIPAA Compliance and Enforcement

  • Topic A: Compliance Enforcement

Chapter 25 – Social Media, Mobile Technology, and Big Data

  • Topic A: Social Media
  • Topic B: Mobile Technology
  • Topic C: Big Data
  • Topic D: Applications in Healthcare
  • Topic E: Privacy and Security in the Digital Universe

Chapter 26 – HIPAA Compliance Solutions Part 1

  • Risk Analysis
  • Audit Program – Annual and Periodic

Chapter 26 – HIPAA Compliance Solutions Part 2

  • Secure Transmission of PHI
  • Policy & Procedure Development
  • Training – More Than Just an Annual Workshop
  • Disaster Recovery/Emergency Mode Operations Plan

Chapter 27 – Annual Updates and Guidance

  • HIPAA 2021: A Review
  • HIPAA 2022: A Look Ahead
  • HIPAA 2022: A Brief Recap
  • HIPAA 2022 and What Lies Ahead
  • Special Topic: Information Blocking

The above training will prepare you for HIPAA Compliance Certification for Certified HIPAA Privacy Security Expert:


Call Bob Mehta at Supremus Group today on (515) 865-4591 or email at Bob@HIPAAcertification.net on how we can help you.